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3 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
Scholars and student-explorers of the world of comic strips and graphic novels in the University of Oregon's groundbreaking Comics & Cartoon Studies program have received some great news.
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Should we change our lifestyles to help reduce global warming?
7 hrs ago | USA Today
As student loan debt mounts, students and policymakers alike are trying to figure out who is to blame for the country's $1 trillion problem.
8 hrs ago | WTHI-TV Terre Haute
University of Oregon football player Pharaoh Brown, center, dumps a tub load of snow on fellow student Charley Gibson during a snow battle involving hundreds of students on campus Friday, Dec. 6, 2013.
The University of Oregon School of Journalism and Communication recently announced an agreement with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization to establish the UNESCO Institute The new institute continues the work begun by the UO's Center for Intercultural Dialogue - which was established in 2008 to engage students, ... (more)
With the help of a new method called "dual-electrode photoelectrochemistry," University of Oregon scientists have provided new insight into how solar water-splitting cells work.
University of Oregon officials announced the UO would suspend classes and events at 2 p.m. Friday due to snow.
As if volcanic eruptions weren't flashy enough on their own, volcanologists have added more flare to their research by using lasers to scan lava flows.
On Christmas Eve, 1959, Muriel Reeves gave birth to her second child, Janet Ellen Reeves, in Eugene, Oregon.
Monica A. Emeldi contended in her lawsuit that she had been retaliated against after she complained about unequal treatment of women in her Ph.D. program in the University of Oregon's College of Education.
University of Oregon biological anthropologist J. Josh Snodgrass and biochemist Tom H. Stevens have been named fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science .
Brigetta Barrett of Arizona celebrates after winning the NCAA high jump championship last year at Hayward Field.
A downtown Portland rally Thursday was a small part of a nationwide campaign for higher wages, with protests and strikes planned in more than 100 cities.
Finance Wells Fargo has appointed Springfield resident Trent Wagner a regional private banker in Eugene.
Communication Department chair Rick Moore has a case of wanderlust. Long before putting down roots to teach at Boise State, Moore didn't stick with one school to earn his bachelor's degree.
A group of scientists has published the genome and accompanying sequence data for the spotted wing drosophila, a serious pest of berries and soft fruit.
Sen. Mark Hass, D-Beaverton, smiles in July after the Senate approved legislation allowing the University of Oregon and Portland State University to establish independent governing boards.